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genus euphorbia

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Komarovia, Vol. 2
... , Vol. 2 Contents (Vol. 2) L.A. Aseyeva The seed coat structure in the genus Veronica (Scrophulariaceae) 1 L.V. Averyanov Paphiopedilum barbigerum var. lockianum ó a new Slipper orchid from ... . (section Esula Boiss.) of the genus Euphorbia L. (Euphorbiaceae) 19 M. L. Kuzmina The sections Macrolepides (F.N.Williams) Klok. and Barbulatum F.N.Williams of the genus Dianthus L. (Caryophyllaceae) in East ...
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Volume 1, Chapter 15
... Other recent authors have restricted, more properly in my opinion, Grossulariaceae to the genus Ribes and have distinguished several additional families for North American plants, notably Escalloniaceae, ... semidistinctive subfamily of the Fabaceae, the bean family. Similarly, the nomenclature within the genus Euphorbia (the spurges) is not affected whether its family, the Euphorbiaceae, is treated ...
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Flowering Plants
... of the amazing genus Euphorbia. It should be noted here that some authorities place the prostrate, herbaceous euphorbias (called spurges) with C-4 photosynthesis in the genus Chamaesyce. Poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima) ... on its rim. There are no petaloid appendages. Many members of the euphorbia family, including the genus Euphorbia, contain a poisonous milky-latex sap. The toxin is a mixture ...
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Inflorescence Terminology (Part 2)
... amazing genus Euphorbia. It should be noted here that some authorities place the prostrate, herbaceous euphorbias (called spurges) with C-4 photosynthesis in the genus Chamaesyce. Poinsettia (Euphorbia ... and petaloid appendages. This is the characteristic inflorescence of the genus Euphorbia(and Chamaesyce) in the euphorbia family (Euphobiaceae). Syconium: A hollow, spherical or flask-shaped ...
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Poinsettia
... (Spurge Family) Genus: Euphorbia Species: pulcherrima Iím going to try to raise the bar a ... Encinitas, California. There are more than 1,600 species in the genus Euphorbia, native worldwide. They vary wildly in their cultural requirements and growth habits. ... of Robert Buist, the first nurseryman to sell the plant as Euphorbia pulcherrima. For the last century, the cultivation of poinsettias and their ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Enterprising Euphorbia—Spring-Flowering Spurges for All Your Garden Needs
... Volume 19, Number 1 | Spring 2004 by Barbara Blossom-Ashmun The genus Euphorbia is one of the largest and most astonishingly varied of ... cacti. Because of the many options it offers, Euphorbia is a "must have" genus for every gardener. The narrow leaves that cloak ... are some of my favorite Euphorbia species and cultivars. Evergreen Species Two feet tall and wide, Euphorbia rigida (Zones 7 to 10) ...
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Floridata: Euphorbia pulcherrima
... now and receive a free gift of Tulip Topper wildflower seeds with every bulb order. Euphorbia pulcherrima Common Names: poinsettia Family: Euphorbiaceae (spurge family) Get link to Profile# 524 (click for ... whether or not Poinsettia is toxic and to what degree. Although many species in the genus Euphorbia are highly toxic, poinsettia is not among them. Having said that, ingestion of this plant ...
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Floridata: Euphorbia characias
... now and receive a free gift of Tulip Topper wildflower seeds with every bulb order. Euphorbia characias Common Names: Mediterranean spurge Family: Euphorbiaceae (spurge family) Get link to Profile# 736 ( ... to fizzle out in the heat of summer. There are some 2000 species in the genus Euphorbia, including cactuslike spiny succulents, perennial herbs, shrubs and even trees. Hundreds of euphorbs are ...
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Euphorbia amygdaloides--Wood Spurge
... 11/12/99 Euphorbia amygdaloides--Wood Spurge Hardiness Zones: 5 to 7 Height: 12 in Spacing: 15 in Type: herbaceous perennial Flowers: Green Comments: This member of the genus will usually be ...
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Genus of the Week
... an exhaustive list of all available Web resources on a particular genus. This week's genus: Euphorbia: The Spurges Subclass: Dicotyledoneae Superorder: Rosidae Order: Euphorbiales Family: Euphorbiaceae; ... genus is undoubtedly Euphorbia pulcherrima, the Christmas Pointsettia, a winter holiday boon for greenhouses everywhere. One species that is quite common in the United States is Euphorbia ...
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